UPDATE: The San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo announced four new additions to the musical lineup on October 24. Dustin Lynch (February 8), Jon Pardi (February 9), Banda Los Sebastianes (February 16), and Morgan Wallen (February 17) will be performing on the rotating stage at the AT&T Center/Freeman Coliseum in 2020. All sets begin at 7 pm.
Attention, cowgirls and cowboys — the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo bucks back into the AT&T Center/Freeman Coliseum fairgrounds February 6-23, 2020. Attendees can catch all the traditional rodeo attractions, along with fashion shows, cook-offs, carnival festivities, the can't-miss Let's Rodeo Ball, and a near-daily concert lineup.
On August 15, the rodeo released a first look at the all-star list, including Keith Urban, Chris Young, and Sammy Hagar & The Circle.
Sammy Hagar, who rose to fame as a member of Van Halen and was later inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, joins his band for a performance on Friday, February 7, at 7 pm. The superstar group released its debut album, Space Between, in May.
Country star Chris Young will also make a stop in the Alamo City. Young's performance is scheduled for Monday, February 10, at 7 pm. During his decade-long career, Young has released seven albums, and has racked up two Grammy nominations and three Country Music Association nominations.
Keith Urban makes his rodeo stop on Saturday, February 15, at 1 pm. The New Zealand-native-turned-Nashville-superstar has earned four Grammys and was recently crowned both the 2018 CMA and American Country Music Entertainer of the Year. No word if wife Nicole Kidman will be donning her Luccheses to join Urban at the rodeo.
Many more details and musical acts will be released over the next six months, but passes for the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo are already on sale. Season passes for the 202 San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo are on sale now and begin at $567.
Individual tickets, carnival passes, and other ticket packages can be purchased here.